Joint Funding

June 11, 2020

2021 Funding Program for Non Profit Organizations


Joint Funding Program Mandate:

WHY DO OUR COUNCILS SUPPORT THE JOINT FUNDING PROGRAM IN OUR COMMUNITY?
 
  • We do this to support multiple events and organizations in our community in their efforts to add to the quality of life of our residents and our community.
  • We do this because without supplementary support these activities will most likely not exist or continue to exist in our community.
  • We do this to support and encourage volunteers to pursue activities and events that will benefit our community; and because along with their efforts and abilities and a bit of help from us they will be able to do so.
Instructions – Easy as one two three:
 
Step One: Complete the attached application form. Please be aware the amount of funding your organization is requesting will determine how many questions need to be answered. If you request is below $1,000 you need to answer questions 1 through 8. If your request is between $1,000 and $5,000 you need to answer questions 1 through 9. And if you request is in excess of $5,000 you will need to answer all 10 questions. Additionally, applications requesting more than $5,000 may require a delegation presentation at a Joint Council Meeting scheduled for the purpose of evaluating the submitted request.
 
Step Two: Gather and attach any financial information requested on the application form. If this information is not included your request for funding may be rejected.

Step Three: Submit you completed application and any supporting documentation required to Liza Dawber. This must be received by August 31. Any questions can be directed to Liza (403) 682-7421
It may be sent electronically to grants@pccdi.ca or my mail to Box 1297 Pincher Creek AB T0K 1W0
That’s it. But please remember the amount of your request determines the number of questions you need to answer as stated in Step One.
 
Thank you for the support you afford our Community!
Councils for the Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9 and the Town of Pincher Creek

FILL OUT THE APPLICATION HERE



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